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of england. >> in just a moment, we will look at an hour -- an aircraft solid operation in siberia. >> but first, some other stories making headlines. france has officially ended the combat mission in afghanistan as part of an accelerated withdrawal from the country. they will keep some of 1500 troops in non-combat roles hoping to train and support afghan forces. but the public sector workers throughout argentina have held a 24-hour strike to protest against taxes. bake closed public transport offices and it affected grain exports. is the first strike since the president to strike five years -- took office five years ago. >> the former prime minister of croatia has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for corruption. he was convicted of taking millions in bribes from two foreign companies including a and gary and energy group. >> and here is the former soviet union's once formidable air fleet and what remains when a pilot recently discovered a decommissioned plant on an airfield in siberia and it was about to be scrapped. >> at the restored it twin- engine is one of a few of the ty
-- apparently that was siberia for seem for people from the mayor's office so anyway -- i mean you have to tell it like said mr. mayor. when you take a job like this you get all kinds of advice from people. i wish i got more help than i got advice and one of the pieces of advice said got said "you want to get rid of her immediately. she's a pain in the stern sheets. she's rude. and she uses bad words" , so i met her and i immediately liked her, and i immediately admired her. i have enough experience and i don't give a dam about the packaging. i want to know what is inside. this woman was so smart. she helped me so much to navigate the board of supervisors. you have to realize now coming out of the navy and into san francisco politics is like coming out of a convent. you know it is. it was not easy, and so -- that woman helped me. she knew the clerk of the board. she knew the president of the board. she knew everyone. she knew how to write the memos and we became fast friends and that's when -- in fact she just wanted to get enough time to retire and get health benefits and i liked
of the northern hemisphere including large parts of siberia and canada. it could release as much as 105 giga tons of co2 before the end of the year. >> perma frost tends to be very durable but when it melts, tarrant county infrastructure gets soft. >> the scientists warn emissions from perma frost could start within the next few decades. >>> japanese officials have struggled to deal with the tainted soil from the fukushima daiichi meltdown. no one wants to touch it. now there has been a break through of sorts. the government has gotten the release to look for possible storage sites on their land. fukushima governor told leaders from several municipalities, that he wants to accept the proposal of environmental agencies. officials at the environment ministry hav a asked to have storage sites built on their land. government authorities are concerned about the safety of such facilities. they said the central government must be made aware na accepting the proposal does not mean they will allow the building of these facilities. >> we decided to accept the survey because there are various things that ca
of siberia and canada. the report says it could release as much as 135 gigatons of co2 by the end of the century. it warns of radical changes in ecosystems and costly damage to human infrastructure as well. >> permafrost tends to be hard and very durable, but when it thaws the ice turns to water and permafrost gets soft and infrastructure built on top of it can collapse. >> the report comes as delegates from around the world negotiate ways to reduce greenhouse gases at the conference. the scientists warn emissions from permafrost could start in the next few decades. >>> youngsters are at the climate talks to warn about the impact of global warming around the planet. >> youth from around the world gathered together and discussed what is happening already. >> the 30 young people staged an event at comp 18 wednesday to help raise awareness of climate change. they pinpointed natural disasters and abnormal weather phenomena on a map. global warming is believed to be the cause. a student from the u.s. state of new jersey reported on superstorm sandy that hit the country's east coast las
visited siberia,, and the ivory coast. the primary mission was to participate in the inauguration of the new president of liberia. for the first time, the first lady would be the official representative of the united states. as such, pat met privately with premaster cozied buffa and edward khufu auto, and president bush say that the ivory coast. her official parity of 40 included u.s. to liberia as well as the reverend billy graham is both managers and the president of the publishing company, which published at nhs. in addition to meetings, press conferences and speeches before political parties come african history of pat and our trash to a whirlwind of dinners, receptions and presentations. her responsibilities on the trip very seriously. duly noted in her biography, the cynic could be a christmas day over her briefing notes and organize them as to the upcoming trip. although the state department and staff prepared remarks for her, she went over them, making changes where she felt necessary inhabiting point she wanted to have a size. in liberia she placed her hopes by noticing h
the war in siberia. >>> shall we start? >> yes. >> all right. we say good morning to you. and welcome to the 6:00 a.m. version of 9news now. i'm andrea roane happy friday. >> and i'm mike hydeck, scouting for food will be out there to pick them up. here's monika samtani with traffic momentarily. >> you might see mike at the front door in his cute little uniform. >> ties. i'm driving the minivan that's what i do. good morning howard. >> cute. >> we want pictures. >> that's not going to happen. >> it's going to be a great weekend for some photography and even south of town still good color left with the fall color and temperatures well up in the 60s and maybe even 70s by sunday. here's a look at your -- day planner excuse me. we have the bus stop forecast in a few minutes. but 39 now. we've cooled to 39 at national and light winds and some areas down closer to 30 west of town. by lunchtime back to 55. dry air cools off quickly. heaths up quickly and sunshine all day with a high close to 60- degrees this afternoon. look at this tells the story. we're saying good-bye to the nor'easter. th
had their origin somewhere in siberia and then long, long ago, they kind of -- maybe even asia. they came across to europe when the continents were sorted together. they're flock dogs. they'll guard your flock. if they're provoked, they become incredible defenders of their turf and not these specifically, john, but -- so people use them to guard their herds and they're really cool dogs. >> these are brothers and sisters. >> yeah, and puppies. >> puppies? >> i'm teasing. >> full grown, right? i hope so. >> oh, yeah. >> a couple of questions here. can i make my cat stop biting. he used to bite furniture but since our other cat died, he started to bite people. >> you have to stop that. unless you negtivity reinforce it, it will continue. there are a lot of behavioral reasons for it but if you know your cat is going to bite, get a little water pistol, squirt gun and squirt it in the face with water. we to that with tigers. it will stop them. >> a tiger? >> it will stop a tiger but i'm not going to recommend that as the only defense for a tiger. but the other thing is, you want to p
eastern siberia, i withent there and did a story on it. >>> coming up bridging the partisan gap to avoid the fiscal cliff. we've been pushing our guest hosts all morning, we'll lock up an agreement and get signatures. >>> plus a private equity power player taking a role in city planning, we'll talk to the head of economic development for williston, north dakota, they have outgrown their infrastructure. [ female announcer ] i found the best cafe in the world. ♪ nespresso. where there's a coffee to match my every mood. ♪ where just one touch creates the perfect cup. where every cappuccino and latte is made with fresh milk. ♪ and where clothing is optional. nespresso. what else? >>> welcome back to "squawk box." let's talk shipping with wilbur ross. you're back here. you're a character i think in "dynasties of the sea" is that right? >> i don't know if i'm the character. i'm the subject of the book. >> i think everybody as a character unto themselves. >> there are some genuine characters in the book. >> lori ann's book, but you think that we're at a bit of a bottom in the shipping bus
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